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RE: tortoiseCVS question

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: tortoiseCVS question
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 12:39:39 +1100


To help you we need to know:
* the version of CVS Server
* the 'connection string', eg: :pserver:host:/repo
* the post commit script (or just the part that isn't working)

If the server version is 2.x then you should contact March Hare technical 
support (we wrote all the 2.x software).  The 2.x software has built in 
failsafe auditing to a database, so any post commit script is redundant anyway.

If the server is version 1.x then this is the correct mailing list, but you 
need to provide the connection string.

Note: TortoiseCVS is not a client, it just 'runs' the command line CVSNT client 
(which March Hare wrote).  Ie: this problem has nothing to do with TortoiseCVS, 
so better not to mention it.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: 
> address@hidden 
> [mailto:address@hidden
> org] On Behalf Of KM
> Sent: Wednesday, 25 January 2012 10:32 AM
> To: cvs-user-list
> Subject: tortoiseCVS question
> There is probably another mailing list for this but just in 
> case... we have a post commit script in our CVS repository 
> that works for all of us using eclipse.
> for the folks using TortoiseCVS, the entries that are 
> supposed to be added in our log file are lines with empty 
> fields.  so obviously the same codes are not being produced 
> from the commit transactions, or at least that's my guess.  
> I did not install/set up the TortoiseCVS on this person's PC. 
> Are there properties etc that I may need to set up for them.  
> I know TortoiseSVN had some....
> just asking so someone can point me somewehre.  Thanks in 
> advance for any help.
> KM

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